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U.S. Documents | 8 January 2018 The Labor Market is Still Tightening, Don't Fret over December Payrolls
We aren't perturbed by the undershoot in December payrolls, relative both to the October and November numbers and all the leading indicators.

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8 January 2018 The Labor Market is Still Tightening, Don't Fret over December Payrolls

By Ian Shepherdson

We aren't perturbed by the undershoot in December payrolls, relative both to the October and November numbers and all the leading indicators.

Posted: 7th Jan 2018 in 'U.S. Documents'

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